William H. Sewell, Jr. (NHC Fellow, 2006–07)
Eighteenth Century Capitalism and the Cultural Origins of the French Revolution
The University of ChicagoReturn to All Fellows
Fellowship Work Summary, 2006–07
William H. Sewell, Jr. wrote a draft of an article tentatively titled "The Rise of Capitalism, the Subsumption of Labor, and the Empire of Fashion in Eighteenth-Century France." He also wrote an article, "Crooked Lines," for a forum on Geoff Eley's A Crooked Line, to appear in American Historical Review.